Australia

Study in Australia


  • The country famous for kangaroos, surfing and koalas but there is a lot more to Australia. With a total area of 7.69 million square kilometers, it is the 6th largest country in the world by total area and is home to more than 23 million people. Australia is also considered as a global leader in education, which is one of the many reasons why students from around the world choose to pursue their studies there.

    With approximately more than 22,000 courses in 1,100 institutions, a great number of fields or study areas are available, making it highly likely that you can take up your choice of degree, training or course. The Australian education system has three main sectors of higher education: universities, vocational institutions, and English language institutions.

    The quality of education is important, but another significant aspect of choosing a location or university is student life. A survey in 2012 even revealed that 88% of international student respondents are satisfied or very satisfied with living in Australia

    Cities
    Sydney
    It is the most populous city in Australia. It is a famous tourist destination for structures such as the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge.

    Melbourne
    Considered as an international center for arts, the city is recognized as a UNESCO City of Literature and is home to the National Gallery of Victoria and the Royal Exhibition Building.

    Brisbane
    Aside from being the world’s 26th best city for students, it is famous among tourists for its proximity to the world’s most famous beaches. Brisbane is a mix of urban and outdoor lifestyles, with an active outdoor culture mixed with the city’s nightlife and culture.

    Perth
    The city also boasts of a local world-class wine industry. In a recent list provided by the Economist Intelligence Unit.

    Canberra
    Australia’s national capital is considered as the 37th best student city. It is home to the Australian War Memorial, Black Mountain Tower and the National Library of Australia. The city also has emerging dining scenes to complement its regional wine scene.

    Adelaide
    Adelaide is seen as a learning city, with the presence of not only universities and other educational institutions but research institutions as well such as Royal Institution of Australia.

List of Colleges


  • Charles Darwin University

    Australian National Institute of Business & Technology

    Australian School of Business Administration Technology and Research

    Australian Academy of Management and Science

    Cambridge International College

    ECA - Victoria University

    University of Wollongong

    University of Wollongong Sydney Business School

    UOW College Wollongong

    Latrobe University

    ATMC

    Australian Institute of Technical Training

    International College of Management

    Box Hill Institute

    Holmes Institute

    Angad Australian Institute of Technology Pty Ltd

    University of southern Queensland

    University of Tasmania

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    Notredam University

    NMIT

    ACN, Sydney

    Central Queensland University

    CIC, Perth

    Griffith University

    Holmes Institute

    IIBIT

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    KBIT

    La Trobe International College

    MIBT, Melbourne

    Melbourne Institute of Technology

    PIBT, Perth

    QIBT, Brisbane

    SAIBT, Adelaide

    SIBT, Sydney

    University of Ballarat

    University of Southern Queensland

    University of Tasmania

    Victoria University Sydney

    Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School

    Southbank Institute of technology (Certificate & Diplomas)

    Gold Coast Institute of TAFE

    ANAC (Australian National Airline College)

    San Diego Flight Training International USA

    BOND UNIVERSITY

    QUEENSLAND UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY

    THE UNIVERSITY OF THE SUNSHINE COAST

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